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Reducing Depression through an Integrative Mental Health Approach

When: Apr 24, 2014 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Barkers Island Inn & Convention Center 300 Marina Drive Superior, WI
Participants at this conference will learn evidence supporting and the benefits of an integrative approach from one of the leaders in Integrative Mental Health, Henry Emmons, MD. They will be introduced to the emerging field of eco-psychology by Philip Chard and they will learn other widely varied evidence-based interventions to reduce depression, anxiety, and other symptoms that can improve treatment outcomes and often reduce need for medications.

Integrative Mental Health(IMH) adopts the bio-psycho-socio-spiritual model, utilizing evidence-based and evidence-guided treatments from both traditional healing systems and modern scientific practices.

Continuing Education Credits:

APA: Participants can earn 7.5 CE for attending the conference in its entirety through UW-LaCrosse. UW-LaCrosse is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education to psychologists. UW-LaCrosse maintains responsibility for the program and its content.

: Participants can earn 7.50 Prescribed credit(s) from the American Academy of Family Physicians.

CEU: UW-Superior grants .75 CEUs or 7.5 contact hours for other health and human services or elder care professionals such as RN, LPN, OT, PT,RD, SW, LMFT, etc. It is the responsibility of each attendee to determine if these CEUs are accepted by their professional credentialing body.

Keynote Speakers:

Henry Emmons, MD, Integrative Psychiatrist, who developed the Resilience Training Program, an integrative program proven to be helpful for depression.

Philip Chard, MS, LISW, author of Nature's Ways and The Healing Earth and a leader in the emerging field of eco-psychology.

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Cost: APA & CME certificates $130
All other professionals $110
Community members not employed in related field $55

Note: The Wednesday evening pre-conference session has been cancelled.

Event Contact: Donna Sislo | 715-394-8170 | dsislo{atuws}
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